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Jimador
A jimador is a type of Mexican farmer who harvests agave plants, which are harvested primarily for the production of mezcal, sotol and tequila. This task requires the skill of identifying ripe agave, which ripens in between 8 and 12 years. Unripe agave can have a bitter or overly sweet taste, ruining the distilled spirits made from them

Jimi Hendrix discography
The original discography of Jimi Hendrix, an American guitarist and singer-songwriter, including The Jimi Hendrix Experience, consists of three studio albums, two live albums, two compilation albums, and twelve singles.

Jimmie
Jimmie is a variation of the given name James.Jimmie may refer to:* Jimmie Adams , silent film comedian* Jimmie Åkesson , Swedish politician* Jimmie Angel , American aviator for whom Angel Falls is named

Jimmy
Jimmy is a diminutive form of the given name James which may refer to:-Media and entertainment:* "Jimmy" , by M.I.A.* Jimmy * Jimmy * "The Jimmy", a Seinfeld episode* Jimmy, a stage musical about Jimmy Walker

Jimmy (song)
"Jimmy" is the second single from experimental electronica rap artist M.I.A.'s second album Kala , and her first single from the album in Japan

Jing (instrument)
The jing is a large gong used in traditional Korean music, particularly in samul nori, pungmul, and daechwita. Usually made from brass, it is struck by a hammer that is layered with soft cloth to smoothen the texture of the sound produced. It is typically played at the onset of ceremonies and special occasions

Jingle
A jingle is a short tune used in advertising and for other commercial uses. The jingle contains one or more hooks and lyrics that explicitly promote the product being advertised, usually through the use of one or more advertising slogans. Ad buyers use jingles in radio and television commercials; they can also be used in non-advertising contexts to establish or maintain a brand image

Jingles (album)
Jingles is a best of album from Regurgitator. It was released in 2002, and contains songs from their first four albums and various EPs as well as one previously unreleased song, "Disco Crazy".-Track listing:#"Kong Foo Sing"#"I Wanna Be A Nudist"

Jingoism
Jingoism is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as extreme patriotism in the form of aggressive foreign policy. In practice, it is a country's advocation of the use of threats or actual force against other countries in order to safeguard what it perceives as its national interests

Jinx
A jinx, in popular superstition and folklore, is:* A type of curse placed on a person that makes them prey to many minor misfortunes and other forms of bad luck;

Jinx (1919 film)
Jinx is a 1919 film starring Mabel Normand and directed by Victor Schertzinger.-Cast:Mabel Normand ... The Jinx Florence Carpenter ... Rory Bory Alice Ogden Crane ... Bull Hogarth Cullen Landis ... Slicker Evans Clarence Arper ... Sheriff Jepson

Jinx (G.I. Joe)
Jinx is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series. She debuted in 1987, and her code name has also been the identity of several other incarnations of the same female ninja character: one of Snake-Eyes' apprentices in Sigma 6, Chuckles' undercover contact in Cobra, a cameo character in The Rise of Cobra Jinx is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series. She debuted in 1987, and her code name has also been the identity of several other incarnations of the same female ninja character: one of Snake-Eyes' apprentices in Sigma 6, Chuckles' undercover contact in Cobra, a cameo character in The Rise of Cobra Jinx is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series. She debuted in 1987, and her code name has also been the identity of several other incarnations of the same female ninja character: one of Snake-Eyes' apprentices in Sigma 6, Chuckles' undercover contact in Cobra, a cameo character in The Rise of Cobra (returning as a

Jinx (novel)
Jinx is a 2007 young adult novel by American author Meg Cabot. The novel has darker themes than Cabot's earlier best-selling The Princess Diaries series of novels.- Plot summary :Jean "Jinx" Honeychurch is a sixteen-year-old girl from Iowa

Jip
Jip may refer to:* a sheep, in the constructed language Volapük*Mister Jip, a fictional character belonging to the Marvel Comics Universe*Jip and Janneke, a series of children's books written by Annie M.G

JIRA (software)
JIRA is a proprietary issue tracking product, developed by Atlassian, commonly used for bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management. The product name, JIRA, is not an acronym but rather a truncation of "Gojira", the Japanese name for Godzilla

Jitney
Jitney may refer to:* Jitney , written by August Wilson* Atlantic City Jitney Association, an association of operators of minibus service in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA* an archaic name for a nickel

Jitter
Jitter is the undesired deviation from true periodicity of an assumed periodic signal in electronics and telecommunications, often in relation to a reference clock source. Jitter may be observed in characteristics such as the frequency of successive pulses, the signal amplitude, or phase of periodic signals

Jitterbug (disambiguation)
A jitterbug is a swing dancer, any of various types of swing dances, or the act of dancing to swing music.Jitterbug may also refer to:* "The Jitterbug", a song cut from the Wizard of Oz soundtrack* Jitterbugs, a film

Jiu
The name Jiu may refer to :* Jiu - Means Great in Philippines* Jiu - is a Japanese word meaning incoming or welcome rain.* Jiu - tributary of the Danube* Jiu - tributary of the Râul Mic

Jive
-Dance:* Jive , a ballroom dance style from the 1940s* A variety of related dances including Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, and Rock and Roll * skip jive, a dance.* Hand jive, a kind of dance game from the 1950s

JIVE
The Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe was formed in 1993 by the European Consortium for VLBI and is a member of the European VLBI Network . Very Long Baseline Interferometry is a type of astronomical interferometry used in radio astronomy

Jive (publisher)
is a Japanese publishing company in Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan and was established on May 12, 2003. In 2004, the company sold its stock to Poplar Publishing and now Jive is an affiliate of that company.

Jives
Jives may refer to*of one of the villains in the novel The Thief of Always by Clive Barker.*the English name of the character Maggi Mjói from LazyTown.

Jo (film)
Jo is a French comedy film, originally released in 1971. It is known in English-language territories either as Joe: The Busy Body or The Gazebo

Joachim
Saint Joachim was the husband of Saint Anne and the father of Mary, the mother of Jesus in the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican traditions. The story of Joachim and Anne appears first in the apocryphal Gospel of James

Joachim (disambiguation)
- People with the given name Joacim :* Jehoiakim , king of Judah, from whom all later bearers of the name are directly or indirectly derived

Joachim (Star Trek)
Joachim is a genetically engineered character in the fictional Star Trek universe who appears as one of Khan Noonien Singh's henchmen in the Star Trek episode "Space Seed" and the film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, in which he is played by Mark Tobin and Judson Scott, respectively.The official Star Trek site maintained by Paramount

Joachim (surname)
Joachim is a surname, ultimately derived from the Biblical king Jehoiakim. Pronunciation varies, and may be wa-keem' or jo'-akim.-People with this surname:* Attila Joachim , Hungarian Holocaust victim

Joan
Joan may refer to:*Joan a female or male given name*Jōan , a Japanese era name*Joan Township, Ontario, a geographic township-Given name:*Joan I , various*Joan II , various

Joan (era)
was a after Kaō and before Angen. This period spanned the years from April 1171 through July 1175. The reigning emperor was .-Change of era:* 1171 : The new era name was created to mark an event or series of events

Joanna (ship)
Joanna was the first East Indiaman lost on the South African coast. She was wrecked near the Cape Agulhas on 8 of June 1682 while in a convoy to India with four other ships. 10 passengers lost their lives, while the remaining 104 were able to make their way to Cape Town.A considerable amount of gold was on board

Joanna (song)
"Joanna" is a song by the R&B/funk group Kool & the Gang. Released in 1984 from the album, In the Heart, the song was an immediate hit, peaking at number two on the singles charts in both the US and the UK. It topped the R&B chart in the US.

Joanna (typeface)
Joanna is a transitional serif typeface designed by Eric Gill in the period 1930–31, and named for one of his daughters. The typeface was originally designed for proprietary use by Gill's printing shop Hague & Gill. The type was first produced in a small quantity by the Caslon Foundry for hand composition

Job (role)
A job is a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour to a lifetime . If a person is trained for a certain type of job, they may have a profession

Jocelyn (album)
-Charts:Album - Billboard Singles - Billboard

Jocelyn (opera)
Jocelyn is a four-act opera by Benjamin Godard, set to a French libretto by Paul Armand Silvestre and the famous tenor Victor Capoul. Taken from the poem by Alphonse de Lamartine, the action takes place in Grenoble and the surrounding mountains during Corpus Christi at the close of the 18th century

Jocelyn (Sicilian chancellor)
Jocelyn was an Italo-Norman officer serving Roger II of Sicily.In 1134, he was appointed lieutenant to Guarin in the Terra di Lavoro with the title of Chamberlain . In 1135 he was made the procurator of the Principality of Capua for the young Prince Alfonso while Guarin was made Alfonso's regent

Joch
Joch is a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France.-References:*

Jocks (film)
Jocks is a 1987 teen comedy. The film was directed by Steve Carver and written by Michael Lanahan and David Oas.Jocks was shot in Las Vegas, Nevada and in Los Angeles, California.-Plot:

Jockstrap
A jockstrap is an undergarment designed for supporting the male genitalia during sports or other vigorous physical activity

Jodhpur
Jodhpur , is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is located west from the state capital, Jaipur and from the city of Ajmer. It was formerly the seat of a princely state of the same name, the capital of the kingdom known as Marwar

Jodi (disambiguation)
Jodi may refer to:* Jodi Albert , English actress* Jodi Anderson , American heptathlete* Jodi Ann Paterson , American model, actress and former beauty queen* Jodi Applegate , American news anchor

Jodie
Jodie may refer to:* Jodie , a fictional character in the anime series Detective Conan* Jodie Landon, a cartoon character in the television show Daria* Jodie Morton, a fictional character in the soap opera Coronation Street

Jodrell
Jodrell is a surname, and may refer to:* Henry Jodrell , British politician, MP for Great Yarmouth and for Bramber, Sussex* Neville Jodrell , British Politician, MP for Mid Norfolk and for King's Lynn

Joe's
G.I. Joe's was a privately owned sporting goods, ready-to-wear clothing, and auto parts retail dealer operating in the Northwestern United States. Founded in 1952, the company had as many as 31 stores, located in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. It was based in Wilsonville, Oregon. In 2007, the company changed its name to Joe’s

Joe's Diner
Joe's Diner may refer to* Joe's Diner , a sequence of TV Shorts created by and aired on the NFL Network.* Joe's Diner , a placeholder name for a fictional or hypothetical everyman's restaurant.* Joe's Crab Shack

Joe's Diner (TV Short)
Joe's Diner is the name of a sequence of TV Shorts created by and aired on the NFL Network that feature Joe Montana and a host of other characters discussing current issues in the NFL from the perspective of the diner's patrons. The short is used as a way for the network to hype up their Thursday and Saturday Night Football games

Joel
Joel or Yoel may refer to:* Joel , origin of the name including a list of people with the first name* Joel , a prophet of an ancient Israel** Book of Joel, a book in the Jewish Tanakh, and the Christian Bible

Joel (given name)
Joel "Yahu is god", "YHWH is God".Also refers to a character from the Hebrew Bible.-Joel as a given name:* Joel Achenbach, staff writer for The Washington Post and author

Joey (1985 film)
Joey, also known as Making Contact, is a 1985 West German fantasy film from Centropolis Film Productions . The film was co-written and directed by Roland Emmerich

Jog
Jog may refer to:*Jogging*Jog , a Raga*V. G. Jog, Indian violinist*Jog Falls, India's highest waterfall*Junior Offshore Group, a Solent, UK based sailing yacht race organiser

Jog (Raga)
Jog is a Raga in Hindustani classical music belonging to Kafi thaat. It is one of the more popular ragas appearing often in films.-Structure:

Johan (album)
Johan is the debut album by the Dutch band Johan. It was released on November 4, 1996 by the record label Excelsior Recordings. The album was produced by Frans Hagenaars.The album was released in the US in June 1997 by the record label SpinArt.

Johan (given name)
Johan is a masculine given name of Hebrew origin. It is a variation of the Hebrew word Yochanan, meaning "God is gracious", and uncommon as a surname

Johann
Johann, "YO-hahn") typically a male given name, is the Germanized form of the originally Hebrew language name "Yohanan" . It is a form of the Germanic given name "Johannes", which comes from Johan. The English language form is John. It is uncommon as a surname

Johanna (Shut Up)
"Joanna " is a pop and dance song from Crazy Loop, a musical project by the Moldovan singer Dan Bălan. It is the second single form Crazy Loop's debut album, The Power of Shower.

Johannes Kastaja
Johannes Kastaja is the first EP by CMX. It, with Raivo, is included on Kolmikärki Gold, the 2002 re-release of the band's debut album. "Lapsi" became something of a cult song, with controversial lyrics about child sexual abuse.- Personnel :

Johannesburg
Johannesburg also known as Jozi, Jo'burg or Egoli, is the largest city in South Africa, by population. Johannesburg is the provincial capital of Gauteng, the wealthiest province in South Africa, having the largest economy of any metropolitan region in Sub-Saharan Africa

Johannesburg (disambiguation)
-Places:United States*Johannesburg, California*Johannesburg, Wisconsin*Johannesburg Mountain in Washington-Other:*The Johannesburg Declaration, enacted in 2002*Johannesburg , a racehorse from Kentucky-See also:

John
John is a common English name and surname:* John * John John may also refer to:-Religious figures:* John Hyrcanus, ruler of Judea 134–104 BC

John (bookmaker)
"John" or "John the bookmaker" is the name given to an Indian bookmaker who in 1994–95 gave money to Australian cricketers Mark Waugh and Shane Warne, in return for pitch and weather information. However, according to the players, they refused to divulge more strategic material, such as team tactics and player selection policies

John (d. 1207)
John was a late 12th century and early 13th century Tironensian monk and bishop. By the time he first appears in the records, as Bishop-elect of Aberdeen in December 1199, he was the prior of Kelso Abbey, that is, deputy to the Abbot of Kelso

John (ship)
The John was an Australian sloop of 30 tons that was owned by John Palmer & Co. It was built at Woolloomooloo in Sydney and registered on 11 June 1803. In November 1806 it sailed from King Island in Bass Strait with a crew of five aboard and a cargo of seal skins. It was never seen again.

John (Sicilian admiral)
John was the amiratus or emir of Roger II of Sicily. John was born to the Admiral Eugenius in Palermo, where his family had moved from Troina. His brothers were the logothete Philip and the amiratus Nicholas. His uncle was the notary Basil. All his family members were closely connected to the royal family and in its service

John (Tomorrow People)
John is a fictional character from the British television series The Tomorrow People. John's first appearance is in "The Slaves of Jedikiah", and appeared in every episode until the series ended. John is portrayed by Nicholas Young.-Overview:

Plotinus
Plotinus was a major philosopher of the ancient world. In his system of theory there are the three principles: the One, the Intellect, and the Soul. His teacher was Ammonius Saccas and he is of the Platonic tradition

Plotter
A plotter is a computer printing device for printing vector graphics. In the past, plotters were widely used in applications such as computer-aided design, though they have generally been replaced with wide-format conventional printers

Plough
The plough or plow is a tool used in farming for initial cultivation of soil in preparation for sowing seed or planting. It has been a basic instrument for most of recorded history, and represents one of the major advances in agriculture

Plug flow
In fluid mechanics, plug flow is a simple model of the velocity profile of a fluid flowing in a pipe. In plug flow, the velocity of the fluid is assumed to be constant across any cross-section of the pipe perpendicular to the axis of the pipe

Plumstead railway station
Plumstead railway station serves the suburb of Plumstead, in the London Borough of Greenwich, east of Woolwich Arsenal. It is served by Southeastern.

Plunketts Creek (Loyalsock Creek)
Plunketts Creek is an approximately tributary of Loyalsock Creek in Lycoming and Sullivan counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Two unincorporated villages and a hamlet are on the creek, and its watershed drains in parts of five townships

Plural
In linguistics, plurality or [a] plural is a concept of quantity representing a value of more-than-one. Typically applied to nouns, a plural word or marker is used to distinguish a value other than the default quantity of a noun, which is typically one

Plutarch
Plutarch then named, on his becoming a Roman citizen, Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus , c. 46 – 120 AD, was a Greek historian, biographer, essayist, and Middle Platonist known primarily for his Parallel Lives and Moralia

Pluto
Pluto, formal designation 134340 Pluto, is the second-most-massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System and the tenth-most-massive body observed directly orbiting the Sun

Pluto (Disney)
Pluto, also called Pluto the Pup, is a cartoon character created in 1930 by Walt Disney Productions. He is a light brown , medium-sized, short-haired dog. Unlike Goofy, Pluto is not anthropomorphic beyond some characteristics such as facial expression

Plutonium
Plutonium is a transuranic radioactive chemical element with the chemical symbol Pu and atomic number 94. It is an actinide metal of silvery-gray appearance that tarnishes when exposed to air, forming a dull coating when oxidized. The element normally exhibits six allotropes and four oxidation states. It reacts with carbon, halogens, nitrogen and silicon

Plutonium dioxide
Plutonium oxide is the chemical compound with the formula PuO2. This high melting point solid is a principal compound of plutonium. It can vary in color from yellow to olive green, depending on the particle size, temperature and method of production.

Plutonium-238
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Plymouth
Plymouth is a city and unitary authority area on the coast of Devon, England, about south-west of London. It is built between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west, where they join Plymouth Sound

Plymouth (automobile)
Plymouth was a marque of automobile based in the United States, produced by the Chrysler Corporation and its successor DaimlerChrysler.-Origins:

Plymouth Barracuda
The Plymouth Barracuda is a 2-door car that was manufactured by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1964-1974.The first-generation Barracuda, a fastback A-body coupe based on the Plymouth Valiant, had a distinctive wraparound back glass and was available from 1964-1966.The second-generation 1967-1969 Barracuda, though still Valiant-based, was heavily redesigned

Plymouth Colony
Plymouth Colony was an English colonial venture in North America from 1620 to 1691. The first settlement of the Plymouth Colony was at New Plymouth, a location previously surveyed and named by Captain John Smith. The settlement, which served as the capital of the colony, is today the modern town of Plymouth, Massachusetts

Plymouth Duster
The first Plymouth Duster was a semi-fastback version of the Plymouth Valiant automobile, produced in the US from 1970 to 1976.The Duster name was later revived for optional trim packages on certain versions of the 1979-1980 Plymouth Volare, 1985-1987 Plymouth Turismo, and 1992-1994 Plymouth Sundance.-History:The Duster competed with Ford's slightly smaller semi-fastback

Plymouth Fury
The Plymouth Fury is an automobile which was produced by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1956 to 1978. The Fury was introduced as a premium-priced model designed to showcase the line, with the intent to draw consumers into showrooms.

Plymouth Prowler
The Plymouth Prowler, later the Chrysler Prowler, is a "retro" styled production car built in 1997 and 1999-2002. The Prowler was based on the 1993 concept car of the same name.- Design :

Plymouth Reliant
The Plymouth Reliant was one of the first two so-called "K-cars" manufactured by the Chrysler Corporation, introduced for the 1981 model year. The Reliant replaced the Plymouth Volaré/Road Runner, which was the short-lived successor automobile to the highly regarded Plymouth Valiant

Plymouth Road Runner
The Plymouth Road Runner was a muscle car built by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation in the United States between 1968 and 1980. In 1968, the first muscle cars were, in the opinion of many, moving away from their roots as relatively cheap, fast cars as they gained options

Plymouth Rock
Plymouth Rock is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in 1620. It is an important symbol in American history

Plymouth Satellite
The Plymouth Satellite is an automobile introduced in 1965 as the top model in Plymouth's mid-size Belvedere line. The Satellite remained the top of the line model until the 1967 model year, where it became the mid-price model with the GTX taking its place as the top model. The Fury name was moved to Plymouth's mid-size models for 1975, at which time the Satellite name disappeared

PM Magazine
PM/Evening Magazine was a television series with a news and entertainment format. It was syndicated to stations throughout the United States

PNC Bank Arts Center
The PNC Bank Arts Center is a modern amphitheatre located in Holmdel Township, New Jersey, USA. About 17,500 people can occupy the amphitheater; there are 7,000 seats and the grass area can hold about 10,500 people. Concerts are from May through September featuring 35–45 different events of many types of musical styles

Pneumonia
Pneumonia is an inflammatory condition of the lung—especially affecting the microscopic air sacs —associated with fever, chest symptoms, and a lack of air space on a chest X-ray. Pneumonia is typically caused by an infection but there are a number of other causes

PNS Ghazi
PNS Ghazi was Pakistan Navy 's first ever submarine, leased from United States in 1963. It saw action in the 1965 and 1971 wars between India and Pakistan. The submarine could be armed with up to 28 torpedoes and, in later years, was re-fitted in Turkey for mine-laying capability

Po River
The Po |Ligurian]]: Bodincus or Bodencus, ) is a river that flows either or – considering the length of the Maira, a right bank tributary – eastward across northern Italy, from a spring seeping from a stony hillside at Pian del Re, a flat place at the head of the Val Po under the northwest face of Monviso through a delta projecting into the

Poaceae
The Poaceae is a large and nearly ubiquitous family of flowering plants. Members of this family are commonly called grasses, although the term "grass" is also applied to plants that are not in the Poaceae lineage, including the rushes and sedges

Poaching
Poaching is the illegal taking of wild plants or animals contrary to local and international conservation and wildlife management laws. Violations of hunting laws and regulations are normally punishable by law and, collectively, such violations are known as poaching.It may be illegal and in violation because* The game or fish is not in season; usually the breeding season is declared

Pocahontas
Pocahontas was a Virginia Indian notable for her association with the colonial settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. She was the daughter of Chief Powhatan, the head of a network of tributary tribal nations in Tidewater Virginia

Pocari Sweat
is a popular Japanese soft drink and sports drink, manufactured by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. It was launched in 1980 and is now also available in East Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.

Pocket Books
Pocket Books is a division of Simon & Schuster that primarily publishes paperback books.- History :Pocket produced the first mass-market, pocket-sized paperback books in America in early 1939 and revolutionized the publishing industry

Pocket gopher
The pocket gophers are burrowing rodents of the family Geomyidae. These are the "true" gophers, though several ground squirrels of the family Sciuridae are often called gophers as well

Pocket watch
A pocket watch is a watch that is made to be carried in a pocket, as opposed to a wristwatch, which is strapped to the wrist. They were the most common type of watch from their development in the 16th century until wristwatches became popular after World War I during which a transitional design, trench watches, were used by the military

Pocono Raceway
Pocono Raceway also known as the Tricky Triangle, is a superspeedway located in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania at Long Pond

Podaxis
Podaxis is a genus of secotioid fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Species, which have the appearance of a "stalked-puffball", have a worldwide distribution, and tend to be found growing solitary or scattered on sandy soils, especially in arid regions

Podgorica Assembly
The Podgorica Assembly , in full the Great National Assembly of the Serb People in Montenegro , was an assembly held in Podgorica that served as the representative body of the Montenegrin people during the

Podolia
The region of Podolia is an historical region in the west-central and south-west portions of present-day Ukraine, corresponding to Khmelnytskyi Oblast and Vinnytsia Oblast. Northern Transnistria, in Moldova, is also a part of Podolia

Poecilia wingei
Poecilia wingei, known to aquarists as Endler's guppy or Endler's livebearer, is a species of fish in the genus Poecilia, native to the Paria Peninsula, Venezuela.-History:

Poet Laureate
A poet laureate is a poet officially appointed by a government and is often expected to compose poems for state occasions and other government events

Poetry
Poetry is a form of literary art in which language is used for its aesthetic and evocative qualities in addition to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning

Pogo stick
A pogo stick is a device for jumping off the ground in a standing position with the aid of a spring, used as a toy or exercise equipment. It consists of a pole with a handle at the top and footrests near the bottom, and a spring located somewhere along the pole

Pogrom
A pogrom is a form of violent riot, a mob attack directed against a minority group, and characterized by killings and destruction of their homes and properties, businesses, and religious centres

Poignard
Poignard, or poniard, , refers to a long, lightweight thrusting knife with a continuously tapering, acutely pointed blade and crossguard, historically worn by the upper class, noblemen, or the knighthood

Poinsettia
Euphorbia pulcherrima, commonly known as Zack Wood or noche buena, is a species of flowering plant indigenous to Mexico and Central America. The name "poinsettia" is after Joel Roberts Poinsett, the first United States Minister to Mexico, who introduced the plant into the US in 1825

Point Blanc
Point Blanc is the second book in the Alex Rider series, written by British author Anthony Horowitz

Point Break
Point Break is a 1991 action film directed by Kathryn Bigelow and starring Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves, Lori Petty and Gary Busey. The title refers to the surfing term point break, where a wave breaks as it hits a point of land jutting out from the coastline.The film was a box office success upon its release and it has since gathered a worldwide cult following in VHS and later DVD

Point of sale
Point of sale or checkout is the location where a transaction occurs

Point Pleasant, New Jersey
Point Pleasant is a Borough in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough population was 18,392

Pointer Sisters
The Pointer Sisters are an American pop/R&B recording act from Oakland, California that achieved mainstream success during the 1970s and 1980s. Spanning over three decades, their repertoire has included such diverse genres as pop, disco, jazz, bebop, blues, soul, funk, dance, country and rock.The group had its early origins when sisters June and Bonnie Pointer began performing in clubs

Points of sail
Points of sail describes a sailing boat's course in relation to the wind direction.There is a distinction between the port tack and the starboard tack. If the wind is coming from anywhere on the port side, the boat is on port tack. Likewise if the wind is coming from the starboard side, the boat is on starboard tack

Poison
In the context of biology, poisons are substances that can cause disturbances to organisms, usually by chemical reaction or other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism.

Poison dart frog
Poison dart frog is the common name of a group of frogs in the family Dendrobatidae which are native to Central and South America. These species are diurnal and often have brightly-colored bodies

Poison ivy
Toxicodendron radicans, better known as poison ivy , is a poisonous North American plant that is well known for its production of urushiol, a clear liquid compound found within the sap of the plant that causes an itching rash in most people who touch it

Poison Ivy
Poison Ivy is a fictional character, a DC Comics supervillainess who is primarily an enemy of Batman. Created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff, she first appeared in Batman #181 .

Pojulu people
----The Pojulu ethnic groups in the South Sudan occupy the savanna lands of the Nile Valley west of Bari. They are part of Karo people which also includes Bari, Mundari, Kakwa, Kuku and Nyangwara. The neighbouring tribes are Bari to the east, Nyangwara, Moro to the north Kakwa to the south, west Mundu and Avukaya to the northwest

Poker After Dark
Poker After Dark was an hour-long poker television program on NBC. The show made its debut on January 1, 2007, and was cancelled as another victim of the "Black Friday" criminal case due to the show's sponsorship by Full Tilt Poker, one of that case's defendants. on September 23, 2011 For its first two seasons, both of which first aired in 2007, the show was presented by Shana Hiatt

Pokeweed
The pokeweeds, also known as pokebush, pokeberry, pokeroot, poke sallet, polk salad, polk salat, polk sallet, inkberry or ombú, comprise the genus Phytolacca, perennial plants native to North America, South America, East Asia and New Zealand

Pokhara
Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City is the second largest city of Nepal. Pokhara is city of close to 350,000 inhabitants in central Nepal located at 28.25°N, 83.99°E, which is the centre of the country from east to west or from north to south, 198 km west of Kathmandu or 90 km west of Mugling, and 178 km from Chitwan north

Pokiri (Telugu film)
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Pokomo
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Pol Pot
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Poland
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Polangui, Albay
- Demography :Having a total land area of 14,530 hectares or 145.30 km2 and a population of 78,572. It has a projected population density of 540 per km2, a labor force of 37,247 and 40,576 voting population.- Climate :

Polar Bear
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Polar Beverages
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Polar coordinate system
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Polar fleece
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